1. I believe that hamlet truly did love ophelia. Throughout the play, he show his concern for her well being and state of mind.
2. Dear Ophelia,
Laertes cautions you, Ophelia, that my affection is transient. Your dad, Polonius, likewise expects that I will make false pledges, thus he requests that you end our relationship. Ophelia, please concur and leaves for Paris.I will show up in your chamber, pale and rumpled. My condition terrifies you and rush to inform Polonius regarding the experience.
3. There is nothing in the play that indicates real love between them.
4. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are minor characters of major importance. They serve as the go-between between Hamlet and King Claudius on several occasions.
5. Horation believes hamlet. He see the Ghost so we cab believe that Hamlet has seen the Ghost. If Horatio were not there, Hamlet's sanity would truly be in doubt.
Horatio has reached an apex that Hamlet recognizes is the freedom from emotional upheaval. Horatio feels deeply; he loves Hamlet with all his heart; but he feels nothing to the extent that it will overrule him.